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Paul Hubschmid | filmportal.de

Paul Hubschmid | filmportal.de

Paul Hubschmid | filmportal.de

Paul Hubschmid | filmportal.de

Bagdad is a 1949 adventure film starring Maureen O'Hara, Paul Hubschmid, and Vincent Price.  It tells the story of a Bedouin princess (Maureen O'Hara) who returns to Baghdad after being educated in England. She finds that her father has been murdered by a group of renegades. She is hosted by the Pasha (Vincent Price), the corrupt representative of the national government. She is also courted by Prince Hassan (Paul Hubschmid), who is falsely accused of the murder.

Bagdad is a 1949 adventure film starring Maureen O'Hara, Paul Hubschmid, and Vincent Price. It tells the story of a Bedouin princess (Maureen O'Hara) who returns to Baghdad after being educated in England. She finds that her father has been murdered by a group of renegades. She is hosted by the Pasha (Vincent Price), the corrupt representative of the national government. She is also courted by Prince Hassan (Paul Hubschmid), who is falsely accused of the murder.

Scampolo (Kinoaushangfoto '58) - Romy Schneider / Paul Hubschmid

Scampolo (Kinoaushangfoto '58) - Romy Schneider / Paul Hubschmid

Ina Peters, Paul Hubschmid in "Glückliche Reise" (1954)

Ina Peters, Paul Hubschmid in "Glückliche Reise" (1954)

Paul Hubschmid (Pseud.: Paul Christian) - Bilder - Cinema.de

Paul Hubschmid (Pseud.: Paul Christian) - Bilder - Cinema.de

Paul Hubschmid (* 20. Juli 1917 in Aarau; † 1. Januar 2002 in Berlin) war ein Schweizer Film- und Theaterschauspieler.

Paul Hubschmid (* 20. Juli 1917 in Aarau; † 1. Januar 2002 in Berlin) war ein Schweizer Film- und Theaterschauspieler.

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Scampolo ORIGINAL deutsches Groß-Aushangfoto Romy Schneider / Paul Hubschmid

Scampolo ORIGINAL deutsches Groß-Aushangfoto Romy Schneider / Paul Hubschmid

Paul Hubschmid

Paul Hubschmid

Paul Hubschmid  German postcard by Film-Foto-Verlag, no. G 110, 1941-1944. Photo: Star-Foto-Atelier / Tobis.

Paul Hubschmid German postcard by Film-Foto-Verlag, no. G 110, 1941-1944. Photo: Star-Foto-Atelier / Tobis.

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